The NUnitLite project has been somewhat dormant for a while, with the last release, 0.6, having come out in 2010. About a month ago, I learned from Sebastien Pouliot that MonoTouch is using NUnitLite as the basis for it’s unit tests, which motivated me to put on some finishing touches to a new release, NUnitLite 0.7.
This release puts NUnitLite on a somewhat equal footing with full NUnit, at least in terms of the supported syntax for writing tests. Most attributes and constraints are now supported, at least when running on a desktop operating system. When running under the compact framework, certain things are not available because the framework doesn’t support them. If you don’t need the gui or a features implemented above the framework, like running in a separate process, NUnitLite can pretty much do the job for many projects.
This release of NUnitLite is the first one to provide pre-built binaries. Separate builds are produced for .NET 4.0, 3.5, 2.0 and 1.1 and for compact framework versions 2.0 and 3.5. You can download them from our Launchpad project site or using NuGet